Find providers and contact information
Canoeing & Kayaking in Norway
Showing 1-10 of 244 results
Larvik Padleclub (LPK) established April 30th. 1975.
Paddle gives fantastisk options for fysical training, fresh air and nature experience. To have t...
Hovin i Telemark
Hovinheia KulTurStasjon have canoes for rent, provides you with information and services and offers trips by canoe following the old "floatingtracks".
Get at taste of the ocean, coast and fjord before heading up to the mountains to see them in panoramic view.
Why not try ocean kayaking west of Smøla,...
We have both single and double kayaks, canoes and sit on tops for rental. All basic equipment are included.
Requirements to rent a kayak from us is...
FlatEarth Adventures offers a range of daily activities during the summer season. Choose between: Sea kayaking, 3 hours, river kayaking, 3.5 hours, ra...
Lofoten Kajakk offers seakayaktrips with guide all year through. Courses approved by BCU and NPF.
Our ducky trips are done on the same stretch of river as the rafting. A ducky is an inflatable kayak for 1 or 2 persons.
The river seems a lot bigger and the possibilities are greater. We try surfing waves. Duckying is something that we recommend to guests who have already tried rafting, and that wants new challenges.
The big advantage with a ducky is that you don t need very good skills or a lot of training to do nice duckying. Already on the first trip you will be able to do nice rapids and surf the famous Skjåk Wave.
Ducky is also available as family trips, and we can specially recommended it to families that has already tried rafting, and that are ready for a new challenge.
Geiranger Fjord (A UNESCO World Heritage Site) boasts many spectacular day trips for the adventure minded traveller.
Experience the splendours of Geir...
The lake of Oggevannet is a canoeing paradise with plenty of islands, narrow sounds and sheltered bays to discover and explore along the 11-mile shore...